September 3, 2011

TrépanierBaer Represents Douglas Coupland

On the occasion of its 20th Anniversary TrépanierBaer Gallery is pleased and honoured to announce that it represents
Douglas Coupland.

Douglas Coupland is a graduate (1984) of the Emily Carr College of Art and Design (now Emily Carr University of Art and Design) with a focus on sculpture. He continued his studies at the European Design Institute in Milan, Italy, and later at the Hokkaido College of Art and Design in Sapporo, Japan. He lives and works in West Vancouver, B.C.

In addition to his visual art practice, Coupland is an established novelist, designer, and lecturer. Coupland has published over two dozen works of fiction and non-fiction including, most recently, an updated version of City of Glass and a biography of Marshall McLuhan entitled Extraordinary Canadians: Marshall McLuhan. In 2010 he delivered the Massey Lectures as a 50,000 word novel entitled Player One – What Is To Become of Us: A Novel in Five Hours.

He is the recipient of many awards and honours and is a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.

TrépanierBaer will open a solo exhibition of Douglas Coupland’s most recent work with a catalogue December 3rd, 2011.

For more information please see the attached schedule of events